Olivia Wilde Is Giving Goth in Sheer Black Lace Dress for 'People's Choice Awards'

The 'Don't Worry Darling' director took home the award for The Drama Movie of 2022 at Tuesday's event.

Olivia Wilde is entering her revenge era.

The 38-year-old actress—who recently split from boyfriend Harry Styles—showed up to the People's Choice Awards with a bang on Tuesday night as she strutted out in a daring lace gown for a sexy gothic fashion moment.

The Don't Worry Darling director was dressed to kill while rocking the sheer Christian Dior gown made of head-to-toe black lace. She accessorized the lingerie-style look with a chunky black belt and no bra, embracing a sultry free-the-nipple moment.

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The House alum—styled by Karla Welch—also opted for dark makeup for the evening, wearing bold eyeliner and a black smokey-eyed look.

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During the ceremony, Wilde was honored with the award for The Drama Movie of 2022, which she accepted on behalf of the Don't Worry Darling cast and crew.

"This award isn't for me, it's for the entire production, and it's such an honor to accept it on behalf of our entire Don't Worry Darling family," she said in her acceptance speech, as People reported. "We made this movie in 2020 when many people were not confident that audiences would ever return to theaters if they ever reopened."

"And yet more than 190 brilliant crew members showed up every single day during a pandemic to make something that they hoped that you guys would show up for," she continued. "And you did show up. And we're so, so grateful."

The film—which stars Styles, as well as Florence PughChris Pine and Wilde herself—was riddled with drama prior to its release, including allegations of animosity on set and unfair pay discrepancies, both of which Wilde and other crew members have since shut down.

"There are just so many people who are so integral to a movie getting made. From our PA team, to our AD department, to our covid safety team, to our janitorial staff, to our transportation team, to the stunt performers. The stand-ins. All these people showed up and they worked so hard and they made so many sacrifices just hoping to make something you'd enjoy," Wilde's speech continued on Tuesday night. "So this award means so much to all of us, and it's a real testament to their hard work. So this is for them. Thank you guys so so much."